Einstein's birthplace and the birthplace of Nazism.
Einstein's adopted country after fleeing Germany.
Einstein's home after leaving Europe; he taught at Princeton University.
The country in the Middle East where the Zionist movement hoped to establish a Jewish state.
League of Nations
The organization for world peace established after World War I, which Einstein enthusiastically supported for a while.
Prussian Academy of Sciences
The professional organization of scientists from which Einstein resigned because of its support for German nationalism.
Capitol of the Italian Fascist government, to which Einstein addresses a letter calling for freedom of scientific inquiry.
The country where Einstein writes to schoolchildren, telling them to work and study hard and be grateful for the knowledge handed down to them.
The portion of the Bible, along with Christ's teachings, that Einstein considers valuable to modern man.
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